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Linda Radzik

Director of Undergraduate Studies
Areas of Speciality
  • YMCA 301H
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Ph.D., Philosophy, University of Arizona, 1997


Radzik works on moral issues that arise in the aftermath of wrongdoing, including the ethics of forgiveness, reconciliation, criminal punishment, tort law, collective moral responsibility, and the roles third parties play in enforcing and promulgating moral norms. She is the author of Making Amends: Atonement in Morality, Law, and Politics (Oxford, 2009) and The Ethics of Social Punishment: The Enforcement of Morality in Everyday Life (Cambridge, 2020). Radzik is currently interested in how privacy norms both limit and license the practices by which people hold one another accountable for wrongdoing.

Research Interests

  • Ethical Theory
  • Applied Ethics
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Social and Political Philosophy

Spring 2021 Course Schedule

  • Phil 111.200 HNRS Contemporary Moral Issues – M W F: 9:20- 10:10AM HPCT 103
  • Phil 111.500 Contemporary Moral Issues – M W F: 12:00-12:50PM HECC 105
  • Phil 484.500 Professional Internship
  • Phil 484. 50 Professional Internship
  • Phil 491.501 Research
  • Phil 491.900 Research
  • Phil 491.970 HNRS Research
  • Phil 691.607 Research
  • Phil 691.651 Research In Absentia

Office Hours

MWF 10:15-11:15 AM